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What precautions should I take when using aha products?

What precautions should I take when using aha products?

Avoid with rosacea: Aha, Alpha hydroxy acid creams are generally safe to use and good exfoliants. However, it may exacerbate some patients with rosacea. If you develop burning sensation and redness with use, you should stop. ...Read more

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What precautions should an older lady follow when using aha products?

What precautions should an older lady follow when using aha products?

Aha products: Never use abbreviation in medicine. aha means American Heart Association? Few risks. aha means a type of lava? beware. aha therapy where you say aha all the time. few risks. Let's chat so we can better decide what you mean. ...Read more

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Esophagus: hypermia and erosion present at lower end. ( endoscopy result ) why it happened and which medicine and what precautions should I take. Rgds?

Esophagus: hypermia and erosion present at lower end. ( endoscopy result ) why it happened and which medicine and what precautions should I take. Rgds?

Esophagus: You have some GERD. Gastro esophageal reflux. Heartburn. Ant acids are first choice. Then H2 blockers like Zantac or proton inhibitors like protonix (pantoprazole). Whatever works best for you. As a last resort, if you symptoms are really bad, surgeons have a cure ...Read more

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If I have HPV and i had the warts removed can I give HPV to my husband to be? If so what precautions can I take? #nqlu i was a assulted and got HPV as a result. I started showing signs. Warts and my gyno burned them off and i've been free of them for ove

If I have HPV and i had the warts removed can I give HPV to my husband to be?  If so what precautions can I take? #nqlu i was a assulted and got HPV as a result. I started showing signs. Warts and my gyno burned them off and i've been free of them for ove

The : The virus can still be transmitted unfortunately. I am very sorry that this happened to you. Hpv vaccination has now been approved for men, so this is an option to discuss with your and his physician. I am sorry that you have been worried about this and i hope this puts your mind at rest. ...Read more

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Trying to conceive for last 3months.didnt get any result. Pls help with food for both of us.n d precautions to take?

Trying to conceive for last 3months.didnt get any result. Pls help with food for both of us.n d precautions to take?

One year: it can take more than 3 months in order to achieve a pregnancy. Gynecologist do not define infertility until a person goes through an entire year without pregnancy. More importantly, are you having regular periods? if not, see a gynecologist.your diet is not as important as your level of exercise and your weight. ...Read more

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What precautions should I take if I am ‘at risk’?

What precautions should I take if I am ‘at risk’?

It depends: What are you "at risk" for? Learn all you can about that condition. If you're at risk because of a family history, ask family members how they found out they had the condition, and ask them to ask their doctors about screening tests for the condition. ...Read more

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What precautions should I take in seventh month of pregnency?

What precautions should I take in seventh month of pregnency?

Dos and donts: drink lots of water eat healthy get your sugar test done to see how ur body is responding to sugar avoid trauma to abdomen stay active *unless recommended otherwise by your ob ...Read more

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What precautions should I take with other people if I have hepatitis?

What precautions should I take with other people if I have hepatitis?

Depends on the virus: Hep a is passed fecal to oral hep b is extremely contagious and is in all body fluids hep c is less contagious than hep b and is only passed via blood. Always practice safe sex. ...Read more

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I have a low bp.I have to travel through train for 16 hrs what precautions should I take?

I have a low bp.I have to travel through train for 16 hrs what precautions should I take?

Low BP: If you usually have low BP which is harmless for many young people, i would only avoid standing up too quickly as your BP could temporarily drop even lower making you lightheaded or even faint. Otherwise the train trip should be no problem. ...Read more

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I have two discks in my back what necessary precautions should I take , is there any cure for recouring these discks?

I have two discks in my back what necessary precautions should I take , is there any cure for recouring these discks?

Degenerative Discs: Degenerative disc disease in the spinal column is an irreversible disease. Treatment is aimed at decreasing pain and preventing worsening. Physical therapy aimed at strengthening and improving range of motion, as well as instituting proper body mechanics are the treatments of choice. ...Read more

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My son's age is about ten years when he go to school & comes back to hom by bus he feels womating what necessary precautions should I take for him?

My son's age is about ten years when he go to school & comes back to hom by  bus he feels womating what necessary precautions should I take for him?

Car sickness : Sounds like he might have a little bit of car sickness. You could always give him an anti-emetic or anti motion sickness medication. Talk to your doctor about prescribing some. Also, do migraines run in the family or does your son get headaches/migraines? Sometimes car sickness and migraines run together in families. ...Read more

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I have the particular signs (moprhea)since 1998 , I think that it is going worse now. How can I stop it from speading? What precautions should I take?

I have the particular signs (moprhea)since 1998 , I think that it is going worse now. How can I stop it from speading? What precautions should I take?

Not much to do sadly: Morphea is a localized kind of scleroderma, but is different in that it does not affect the organs as scleroderma can. Morphea can be small areas, or larger, and causes tightening of the skin. We do not really know what causes it, but it may be autoimmune. Many treatments have been tried such as topicals, injections and powerful immune agents, none of which work very well.Best to see dermatologist. ...Read more

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I amsuffering from cad.What precautions should I take?

I amsuffering from cad.What precautions should I take?

CAD: If you have CAD get rid of the tobacco. Eat a mediterranean diet, get at least half an hour of aerobic exercise a day, and see your doctor about what medications you should be taking and what else you should be doing. ...Read more

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What precautions should I take for DVT ?

What precautions should I take for DVT ?

Depends.: Do you already have a dvt? If so, then blood thinners are a must. Are you having surgery and want to minimize risk? Ask your doctor if you will be receiving what's called prophylaxis, or preventive medicine, before your surgery. If you aren't, ask why. Also, as soon as your doctor or nurses give you the okay to get up and move around following surgery, do it. 4 times a day or more is best. ...Read more

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I m going to start cycling to and from work for extra exercise. What precautions should I take?

I m going to start cycling to and from work for extra exercise. What precautions should I take?

Wear a helmet: Observe traffic rules for motor vehicles. Drivers get confused when cyclists sometimes act like cars and other times like pedestrians. Follow the rules for cars: stop at red lights, signal before you turn, and ride as far to the right as you can or in a designated bike lane. Whenever possible, make eye contact with drivers who are pulling out into traffic. And please wear a helmet. ...Read more

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What are the risk of me catching something sitting on a public toilet? What precautions should I take now?

What are the risk of me catching something sitting on a public toilet? What precautions should I take now?

Very low risk: It is very rare to catch any infection of any kind in a public toilet. For sure there is no risk of STD, HIV, etc. There is no significant risk from skin contact by using the toilet seat. The only recommended precaution is standard hygiene, i.e. wash hands or use an alcohol gel (Purel® etc) after using the toilet. ...Read more